Tottenham have reportedly keen on Stuttgart defender Ozan Kabak.
According to the Daily Mail at the weekend, Spurs are joined by Arsenal and Manchester United in reigning interest in the 19-year-old after monitoring him in January.
It is understood that German heavyweights Bayern Munich are also interested in the teenager.
The report details that he’s got a £13.2million release clause with Stuttgart, who were relegated from the Bundesliga this season.
Kabak only made the move to Germany in January from Galatasaray to Stuttgart and he managed to enhance his reputation despite being relegated.
He is a ball-playing centre-back that is strong in possession and could have a bright future in the game.
Spurs may be in need of a slight reshuffle in their defence of the summer and Stuttgart’s teenage defender looks a real star for the future that could thrive in Pochettino’s team given time.
Juan Foyth and Davinson Sanchez are being set up as the natural successors to Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld, but they could do with some more competition if the latter exits.
Spurs need to make sure they don’t stand still after making it all the way to the Champions League final, where they were eventually beaten by Liverpool in Madrid.
The North London club are such an attractive option to join right now and should look to be busy this summer, after two back-to-back windows without signing a player.